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  • n  admission to a group (especially a college or university)

  • Victor Matfield in
    It's been a long year of swimming, and now with my matric and Olympic year behind me, I will take a short break before focusing on my preparations towards next year's FINA World Championships to be held in Rome, Italy. Du Toit was just as dominant... Natalie du Toit Independent Online Dec 7, 2008 61940 82621 matric It was last when I was in matric [at Hoërskool Pietersburg in 1995]," Matfield said when asked about his last rugby match in Polokwane.
  • Jacob Zuma in Sowetan
    Speaking there, Zuma said: "It (University of Zululand) used to be known as a bush university. People in Richards Bay finished their matric and drove straight past it to Cape Town and Durban on their way to study further."

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